Can being a leader or a boss be used interchangeably? As an entrepreneur do you want to be a leader or a boss in your place of work, well I think the option is yours to choose. Today I want to help clear the air on the true intent of both words. By the end of this article you will find out that there is a big difference between the two subjects.
Below are they ways on how a leader and a boss acts.
- Who among the two persons is regarded as the PUSHY TYPE, it’s the boss off course, and they’re showing what to be done in getting job done. Leaders lead and show you how to get the job done. Can you pinpoint it, boss pushes, leaders lead? So do you think one should use the words synonym? It’s still in your hand; after all you decide how you want to rule.
- Another contrast view on both is that former delegates, why bosses abdicates
- In term of possession we often hear words from a boss mouth such as “I, me mine”. while words of a leaders is usually referring to the well-being of his group. You hear him say “we, our, us”.
- A boss is only consign in the official lives of his subordinates, while leaders stretch hands of consign in the personal lives of is subordinate.
- Leaders lead by example, bosses leads by precept.
- Thinking before acting is always associated to leaders, while bosses act before thinking.
- A leader is always consigned with the improvement of his subordinate and himself. A boss is always consigned about himself. Him and only!
- As a boss, he only believes in himself, while a leader always believing in is subordinates.
- We often here this statement “respect is given to those who earn it”. As a leader he gets to earns respect, why a boss, since he is always bossy demands respect.
- A leader is approachable why a boss is hardly approachable.
- A boss tells the way, a leader show the way.
- A boss isn’t fair, he don’t need to hear all sides before deciding. He is quick. A leader takes his time to hear all sides before deciding.
- Who shares the glory? The former share the glory, why the latter takes all the glory
- A leader is direct, a boss dictates.
- The former learns to absorb pressures while the latter transfer pressure
- A leader learns to be patient, that’s not heard of a boss, he is impatient.
- As a boss, task centered is always is NO 1 priorities. A leader is people centered.
- Lastly bosses by their ways are autocratic. A leader is democratic.
Haven’t hear my say on this, both words shouldn’t be used interchangeably, there is a big different in them.
To my own judgment, every entrepreneur that wants to be successful in his work of place should learn to “lead” and not “push”. That’s what makes him/she different from that boss.
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